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Cardona-Hine's Buddha & The Crazed Elephant Buddhist Museum Painting

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Cardona-Hine's Buddha & The Crazed Elephant Buddhist Museum Painting
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"Buddha & The Crazed Elephant"

The story behind this painting is that the Buddha's brother got an elephant drunk and set it loose in the village. Seeing the danger, the Buddha calmed the animal so that noone was hurt.

In the painting we see the Buddha calmly pacifying the crazed animal; his brother hovers in the background defeated in his plan to make trouble for the Buddha.

The painting measures 54 x 66 and is in a private collection in Los Angeles.